A New Year at SGS

Posted on : September 5, 2016

The school year is truly up and running now with a Whole School Assembly in Calry Church to start the first full week for all classes. We welcome six new teachers this year and wish them well in their time with us. We wish all the best to the students , especially those who are preparing for State Exams in 2017. Welcome to our many new students – all our first years, and also the many who have joined us through the school. We have many international students who are spending the year in Sligo Grammar School and we hope it is an enjoyable one. Good Luck to all our students and their teachers in 2016 – 2017. See photos of the first days of 2016 -2017 HERE





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